Sean Patrick St Ledger-Hall
(born 28 December 1984) is an -born who plays as a central for .
St Ledger's career started in the youth team at , before joining the first team
in 2002, playing mostly as a central defender, though occasionally as a full back or in midfield where he earned the nickname "Seb St. Ledger". St Ledger featured in Sky
's series Big Ron Manager
, a behind the scenes look at Peterborough United's struggle to enter the Football League Two
play-offs at the end of the 2005–06
In July 2006 St Ledger signed for Preston North End
on a three year contract for a fee
In September 2009 he joined Middlesbrough
on an initial three month loan deal with a view to a permanent transfer in the January transfer window, He made his full debut for Boro in September 2009 against . St Ledger scored his first goal for Middlesbrough against in late September.
On 4 July 2011, St Ledger joined Leicester City
on a three year contract for an undisclosed fee believed to be around £1.2m.
Though born in England, St Ledger is eligible to play for the Republic of Ireland
because his grandfather is from Carlow
. He... Read More